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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

TROUBLED? NEED TO TALK? WE CAN HELP... WE CARE ABOUTYOU! PENN STATE-BEHREND CAMPUS MINISTRY tudent Services Reed Building 898-6245 OFF-CAMPUS WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES US TRANSPORTATION AVAILABLE FOR 11:00 am. SERVICES BUS LEAVES REED 10.15 a.m. SUNDAYS ON-CAMPUS WORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ROMAN CATHOLIC MASS with The Rev. Ron Toven* (Fr. Ron) SATURDAYS, 5:30 p.m. in THE REED LECTURE HALL PENN STATE-BEHREND CAMPUS MINISTRY

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

by Lynn. Popovich and Lisa Hahn Collegian Staff Feature Editors It's the beginning of the school year again, and the time when students seem to have the most problems. We asked some students what the biggest problem is that they have encountered at Penn State Behrend this semester. Results, although limited, were quite positive. No major complaints were voiced. Wendy Mariella, 3rd semester, DUS-"Parking seems to be the biggest problem that I have. When I leave for class early and get here five minutes before my class I usually have to park illegally because there are no spaces available. Some of my friends have gotten parking tickets because of this. I think a solution would be to build more parking spaces by ex ' tending the parking lots." Lisa Hogue_, 1st semester, Liberal Arts-"The biggest problem I have had .is with the bookstore. I needed a book for one of my classes two weeks ago and it still hasn't come in yet. It seems to take a lot of time to get the books in." ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

.. .ist Wunderhar! ¥A _^ *I dv ivucnene _orasmicK _*xr »-«-» *»Lr Collegian Staff Writer One of the most effective ways to discover a foreign nation is by hands-on experience. There's no better way to gain this experience _jdflBfrh. than by joining one of the on- _j^^^^^ campus foreign language clubs. A ^§ } prime example is the German Club. _^H _^ The purpose of the German Club _^ 7 is to familiarize Behrend students _jjttfk (not just those enrolled in a Ger- f II man class) with Germany's culture, X _| _^ citizens, and practices. Several tHMffll orientation trips will be taken this " ™S' year, including a trip to the Oc- W tober Fest in Kitchener, Canada. LmJ| This trip gives students the oppor- ^^^X tunity to experience a German-style _IWHlP fest firsthand. The German club P 8 _^_"_^ will also be traveling to Switzerland _HlllfF this Christmas break in order to do I™ 1 ™ some skiing and take in some of ' _d&Qk '' that old-fashioned Swiss _^_jj hospitality. _mHV The Be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

features Second City plays Behrend by Bill Warner Collegian Staff Writer Behrend students started the fall term with a laugh and a smile as Second City's touring group appeared on the stage of Erie Hall. The innovative antics of the Chicago based comedy troupe punctuated the first week of classes with an exclamation point ( !!! ). An audience approaching two hundred gathered on Saturday, August 29 to see the latest crop of improvisational talent that has sprouted from the hallowed halls of Second City (S.C.). Most widely known for it's television spin-off, S.C.T.V., Se .-cond City has been the proving ground for some of America's best comedic talents. Names such as Ed Asner, John Candy, Eugene Levy, John and Jim Belushi, Andrea Martin, and Chevy Chase, as well as many others, appear on the S.C. Alumni list. From their headquarters in the Olde Town section of Chicago, members have jumped from the theater-stage to television and screen roles, gaining world wide attention. Each y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Snapp_, crackle, pop by Tanya Williams Collegian Staff Writer On Friday, September 11, The Snapp Band will be appeared in the Wintergreen Cafe at 10 P.M. Behrend students were entertained by one of Akron Ohio's Top 40 Bands for free. The show was suggested by Jamie Grimm of Student Services. She realized that "many of our bands are geared toward white students and locally there aren't any black bands." She also says, "We want to make sure that everyone hears what they want to hear." Although the group is from Akron, they have performed night club acts in Ohio, Tennesse, South Carolina, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. SNAPP has opened for Stephanie Mills, The Manhattans, The O'Jays, Bobby Bluebland_, Roger Troutman and Zapp Edward Glenn, "Eddy", is the lead singer, keyboard player, lead and rhythm guitarist. With over 15 years of experience in groups featuring Rock, Classical, Gospel, Rhythm and Blues songs. Glenn also has a talent for writing and arranging ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Orientation Week beefed up by Rebecca Macey Collegian Staff Writer On Saturday, August 22, incoming freshmen at Behrend began to arrive for orientation and the upcoming school year. Penn State staff and orientation leaders worked together in an effort to help new students meet different people and become acquainted with their surroundings. This was done by offering freshmen various activities and workshops involving interaction with others. Some of the activities offered were "Playfair", Las Vegas Night, assorted intramurals, dances and tours of the campus. Orientation week differed this year due to the fact that there were more activities scheduled by the Orientation Staff. This year, orien¬ tation week was organized primarily by Chris Reber, the new Dean of Student Services, Jamie Grimm, Assistant to the Dean of Student Services, and her assistant John Downey. Angie Papaleo, an orientation leader and the Student Programming Council President, felt the activities went over ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Attitude is all part of the game by Darrell Freund Collegian Staff Writer With last season's record of 7-9-1 behind them, the Behrend Men's Soccer Team went into this years Alfred University Tournament with high expectations. This year's tournament attracted soccer talent from throughout the region. The Behrend team saw this gathering as a chance to see how their skills compared to schools of similar size. : . The first team to take on the Lions was the host of the tournament, Alfred University. Behrend Head Coach Herb Lauffer was not pleased with the results of the first game. "We got thumped, to put things into simple terms," stated Coach Lauffer, "when we needed a goal, we couldn't find one." The final score was 2-0, a fairly close match. But, Coach Lauffer and the team had their share of "close" games last year. Especially when you take into consideration that eight of last years nine losses were by one goal. However, the tournament was not a complete loss. The following...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Michelle Madison, Lisa Butch, and Lisa Dorenkamp all photos this page by rick brooks Promising players keep coach yelling Balancing academics with athletics by Margie Survoiec Collegian Staff Writer The Penn State-Behrend women's Tennis team has had to practice indoors a lot this year. Even thugh the weather has not been the greatest, coach Karin Sobotta is very optimistic about all of her players and the upcoming season: "The team this year has a good mix and depth from player number one to player number twelve," said Sobotta. The three returning players are Kelly McConnell, Stormy Vanhese, and Kathy Veazy. "These three have played competitively in the past and they know that our competition is tough," said Sobotta. "But these players are bringing on-court experience to our game this year," said Sobotta. The new players on the team include Richann Bryant, Chris Huff, Jane McKnight, Kathy Miller, Carissa Nickolas, Frances Pimental, Shari Stumpo, Jan Thompson, and Jenni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

Coach Bari confident about Cubs by Richard Cain Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend baseball team began their fall " workouts last month with enthusiasm and excitement. A total of 48 players reported to the opening tryout with hopes of obtaining one of the 23 spots on the roster. The 23 man roster will eventually include a pitching staff of up to 10 men. This prospective roster alone is cause for enthusiasm considering last season's team consisted of only 15 men with four pitchers. Major ingredients for success for this year's team include strong showings from some of the recruits. One of the quality additions to the team is Shawn Selby. A transfer student from Penn State Beaver, Shawn has shown both hustle and leadership abilities. These talents give Coach Michael Bari high hopes for a productive season from Shawn. Some other major additions to the team come from the Freshman class. These promising newcomers include Joei Domkowski, Rich Adams, Joe V.ieria, Mark VanHorne and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

New golf team _^ coach by Chris Stowe Collegian Staff Writer After a nine year absence, Penn State-Behrend has added golf to its fall sports schedule. Renewed interest in the program, from both within and outside of the campus, was instrumental in reviving the sport, according to coach Dave First. "A lot of inquiries about it, plus contributions from the private sector were major factors in the revival," said First. The interest is well illustrated by the fact that 20 students have tried out for a spot on the roster. Members include Sophmores Jim Eighme, Rick Kwarciak, John Martone, and Dave Spath; and Freshman Paul Demyanovich and Tom Kelly. The team hopes to compete against some tough competition, especially since all of its contests will be on the road this year. It is certain, however, that home tournaments will be held in the future at nearby Gospel Hill golf course. All contests will be played under tournament play rules. The first tournament will be held .on Tuesday, Se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 17 September 1987

by Andy Dobry Collegian Staff Writer Freshman who are having difficulty finding time for school work should take notice of a few classmates. A number of students are combiniing their studies with participation in two varsity sports. | Balancing academics is nothing new for Education major Randy iBaughman. Randy, a member of both the Behrend baseball and basketball teams, won numerous all-city honors in both sports at East High School. He also found time to quarterback the football team and graduate near the top of his class. Men's basketball coach Doug Zimmerman was quick to praise Baughman. "Randy is an excellent point guard who sees the court very well and has good leadership qualities." Randy will pitch and play the infield for the baseball team. Mike Jenkins, an Academy High School graduate, comes to Behrend with a fine athletic reputation. Like Baughman, he will also play baseball and basketball. "Mike is an excellent all-round athlete who can do a number of things well", sai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

Fal1 _gL_^uatio_"P°™R_^uP GE donates K.E.S.L.E.Y by Rebecca Macey Collegian Staff Writer • circumstance as traditional graduation ceremonies. Graduates will be decked out in caps, gowns and tassles, Due to the steadily increasing number of fall and Dr. Diana Hume-George will serve as commencegraduates, Behrend has outgrown its traditionally infor- ment speaker. mal graduation procedure. Caps, gowns, music, com- Dr. George-Hume, professor of English here who mencement speaker, pomp and circumstance. This year received the Council of Fellows Excellence in Teaching for the first time at the College, fall graduation will be award, said, "Fall graduates ought to have the same opheld in formal ceremonial style. portunity to cap off their college education with the for-In past years, fall graduation has been somewhat "no mal ritual that spring graduates have. Although I've frill, " and this level of informality has stirred up bad never been very comfortable with formal rituals myse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 1 October 1987

New generation in _Student Services Staff By Holly Lew Collegian News Editor Generating Involvement, Behrend's new Dean of Students Affairs, Chris Reber, and new Assistant to the Dean, John Downey, commit themselves toward providing Student Services with a personal touch. • "You have a big unviersity—a huge university—with the option for students who want to get a Penn State degree to go to a college with a small-town atmosphere with a personal touch," said Downey. "That's why the most important thing to me is to make sure that _svery student has that personal touch, that they see the Student Services staff, they know who the student leaders are, they know the Faculty member by name ..." add-:d Downey. According to Dean Reber, sive studies indicating that involve Behrend_* s "Generating Involve- ment of students in a college en ment" theme resulted from exten- vironmeiit outside of the . im mediate classroom setting has beer shown to be positively related tc things like ac...

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